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Troia Golfe

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Troia Golfe, Setubal is designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr.

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Golf Guide to Lisbon


“Golf Europeu” magazine (P) - 1999 Top10 Portugal Best Golf Courses – Ranked 4th “Golf World” magazine (UK)- 2003/2004 Top 100 European Best Golf Courses – Ranked 25th “Peugeot Golf Guide” - 2004/2005 Europe’s Top 1000 Best Golf Courses – Score


Contact Information

Address: Troia Resort - Troia, Setubal, 7570-789 Carvalhal GDL Portugal

Tel: +351(265)49 40 24

Website: http://www.troiagolf.com

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Troia Golfe Reviews & Information


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  4.2

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5 ratings & 5 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked out of 2183.

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What the club says: Troia Golf Championship Course is located on the Troia Peninsula, a long a flat and sandy stretch of land across the Sado Estuary, which separates the Setubal lagoon from the Atlantic Ocean. In this scenic location at the tip of the peninsula, lies one of the most fascinating and challenging golf course in Portugal.
Just half an hour’s drive south of Lisbon and about two hours north of the Algarve, not overplayed and with a wild natural beauty, this gem of a course is ranked amongst the top courses in Europe.
The American golf architect Robert Trent Jones Senior, achieved a real masterpiece of golf course design at Troia, providing a genuine test of skill for the lowers handicap golfer together with enjoyment for the more modest player.
Laid out in a breathtaking location along the beach amidst sand dunes and pine groves, the course is surrounded by the sea on both sides, with the dramatic backdrop of the Arrabida mountain range on the opposite shore of the Sado Estuary.
Troia Golf Championship Course is a true championship layout and has hosted the Portuguese Open Championship in 1983, when victory smiled on the Scotsman Sam Torrance, who averaged just two below par, and was the only professional to achieve par for the course during the four days of the competition.
More recently in 2002, the 15th International European Amateurs Championship, the most important golf amateur competition in the Europe, bring to the Troia Golf Championship Course the best amateur players of the world, in a total of 150 players. The winner was the French Raphael Pellicioli, who average four below par.
The Clubhouse has been skilfully constructed in rustic style among the pine trees. It is as comfortable and welcoming as the Portuguese staff and excellent bar, restaurant and varanda to the 18th Green.
Accommodation is available on site at the Troia Resort, owned and operated by Sonae Turismo, who also operates the golf course, and offering a range of four stars aparthotels, with a variety of leisure and dining facilities.
For golfers staying in Lisbon - which is barely half an hour away, the trip will take you on a pleasant ferry crossing across the Sado River Estuary from Setubal to the Troia Peninsula.
Playing Troia Golf Championship Course is definitely a contrasting experience to the more mundane Estoril Coast golf courses, and worth the trip all the way to this remote stretch of land.



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Reviewed Oct 1 2019 by Al R - rated 4 out of 5

Must visit

A lovely very challenging course built on a sandy peninsula reached by ferry. Tight tree lined fairways with sand off that punishes wayward shots. Slow small but true greens and some very challenging approaches. Blind 18th green approach disappointing. Nice clubhouse. Very much worth the effort to visit it.

(Round played: Oct 2019 - Score: 93 Handicap: 12.8)
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Reviewed Jun 1 2017 by Antonio P. A - rated 4 out of 5
Outstanding location and a good old style course.
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Reviewed Jun 29 2015 by Alberto Carrion - rated 5 out of 5
A real test, especially if the wind is blowing from the sea. Fairways, Greens and Bunkers in Great condition. A lovely clubhouse to relax in after a round, no complaints, we loved it
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Reviewed Nov 24 2009 by Benjamin O - rated 5 out of 5
Great layout in a fantastic setting
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Reviewed Sep 5 2009 by James G - rated 4 out of 5
Tough course if playing in the summer sun and carrying. Need to be mountain goat fit. Some great holes.
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